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Raq Live at Mojo's on 2006-04-15

by Raq

Topics Live concert


Led Boots
Brother From Another Mother
Mollies Cule
Stuck In A Hole>
Chuck>
Shirley>
Chuck
Carbohydrates Are The Enemy>
Glimpse>
Carbohydrates Are The Enemy

Set Two
intro
Beauregard
Botz
Late Night>
Circumstance>
Will Run>
Sweet Cream Butter>
Massive>
City Funk>
Late Night>
E: Whipping Post


Collection Raq
Band/Artist Raq
Date April 15, 2006
Venue Mojo's
Location Columbia, MO

Source Superlux SMK-H8K/c> Busman2 P+ mod UA-5> JB3
Lineage JB3> USB> SoundForge (volume, tracking, censorship - see Notes)> FLAC FrontEnd
Taped by ScottT
Transferred by ScottT


Notes

Raq
Saturday April 15, 2006
Mojo's
Columbia, MO

Source: Superlux SMK-H8K/c> Busman2 P+ mod UA-5> JB3
Location: Right side, 10' from stage, mics x/y 90° @ 7' tall
Transfer: JB3> USB> SoundForge (volume, tracking, censorship - see Notes)> FLAC FrontEnd

Set One (55:46)
01 Led Boots
02 Brother From Another Mother
03 Mollies Cule
04 Stuck In A Hole> *
05 Chuck>
06 Shirley>
07 Chuck
08 Carbohydrates Are The Enemy>
09 Glimpse>
10 Carbohydrates Are The Enemy

Set Two (81:45)
01 intro
02 Beauregard
03 Botz
04 Late Night>
05 Circumstance>
06 Will Run>
07 Sweet Cream Butter>
08 Massive>
09 Playin' tease> Fire tease> City Funk>
10 Late Night>
11 E: Whipping Post

Notes:
$10 cover

Mississippi Flapjacks opened with a set on the outdoor patio where they also played during Raq's setbreak. Great band! Check them out at http://www.mississippiflapjacks.com

Thanks to KCMoeJoe for the clamp space!

*- just before 'Chuck', Todd publicly announced the personal phone numbers of the crew. He changed a digit of TJ's number, but unfortunately that was still within his 'family plan'. Per TJ's request, and out of respect for his mother's privacy, I have masked the phone number announcement. Chuck's phone number was not widely heard since he wields control over Todd's microphone level. As Todd started, Chuck muted him however the audience mics still picked it up - pretty funny if you were there in person, but the joke is somewhat lost with my efforts to cover up the numbers.

If burning to two audio discs, start disc two with the third track from the 2nd set, 'Botz'.

FLAC Fingerprints:
raq2006-04-15set1t01LedBoots.flac:4f889b01d027e6727e71c8f182e18290
raq2006-04-15set1t02Brother.flac:b4cd7a18cf20db1177491bfd6f9de0d3
raq2006-04-15set1t03MolliesCule.flac:d1fe00eb32ed963766125bf3faf74db9
raq2006-04-15set1t04StuckInAHole.flac:81a1b50d3345aa5e6626fa09b58659d7
raq2006-04-15set1t05Chuck.flac:baedb208fce7745d2a53ecb781cc3281
raq2006-04-15set1t06Shirley.flac:11ce643421103107270b01ce96a20951
raq2006-04-15set1t07Chuck.flac:b8577c85d4c897e075a0e92d38ecc7fe
raq2006-04-15set1t08Carbohydrates.flac:244b8896b20ecfa91c4e4ea08372cab2
raq2006-04-15set1t09Glimpse.flac:2e571879fe49c00e65c5710955bc627a
raq2006-04-15set1t10Carbohydrates.flac:14e3516c4fce4d4785a97c66ac99c850
raq2006-04-15set2t01intro.flac:605bd05fd57d1abab259e9f1d863f86f
raq2006-04-15set2t02Beauregard.flac:8731bdb3d84e5236100794b11af8c9b0
raq2006-04-15set2t03Botz.flac:35c05bc5e9257e1bd939b4703cf0e232
raq2006-04-15set2t04LateNight.flac:6c5fc7043ba746106b7f750acdf096b9
raq2006-04-15set2t05Circumstance.flac:2992e00886c6a40362a0dd94b0ca0a55
raq2006-04-15set2t06WillRun.flac:31df974445be53aab99ea64e6663331b
raq2006-04-15set2t07SweetCreamButter.flac:789b335a743d3227df41f35c5cafb290
raq2006-04-15set2t08Massive.flac:465869f8711d74e13aec6e620e977cf4
raq2006-04-15set2t09CityFunk.flac:22b36583009826d2c1b7199155357bfa
raq2006-04-15set2t10LateNight.flac:90e4b4a1239626320d725cc93641edf8
raq2006-04-15set2t11WhippingPost.flac:6e03bcbd17957eed3c12772ec9d5b28f

Reviews

Reviewer: nobilo - - April 24, 2006
Subject: licks galore
This was my first live experience with Raq, and I'd just like to say...........wow. The interplay between the keys and lead guitar is astounding. Chris plays so fast and his fingerwork is amazingly concise; it's really a pleasure.

As for the quality of this recording........three stars. Lots of crowd noise and the instruments are sometimes a little distant and muddled, but not bad for an AUD. There was also this idiot that yelled "just let loose man" at the 6:27 point in sweet cream butter (sorry guys, that was me).

Anyway five starts for the band and three for the recording.......However, big props for the quick upload. If you havent seen these guys yet, see them while they are still at small venues, because it wont last forever.
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